In this article, we’re going to walk you through the different methods to check the version of your Web Host Manager (WHM). It’s important for every business, agency, or reseller client to always stay upgraded with the latest WebHost Manager to avoid any compromisations or errors.
Check WHM Version
Well, it’s entirely easy to check the WHM version from the WHM itself. In the Reseller Hostingof Redserverhost, we usually include the cPanel’s Web Host Manager.
You can easily check your current WHM version by following the below steps.
Log into your WHM control panel.
On the top-right corner, you’ll be able to see the CENTOS version.
Right beside the CENTOS version, you can view the current WHM version.
Upgrade WHM to the Latest Version
Once done checking the current WHM version, and found you’re using an older version of WHM. You can upgrade to the WHM latest version by following the below steps:
Log into your WHM if not.
Type ‘Upgrade’ in the search bar, and hit the Upgrade to Latest Version option from the result.
Hit the Click to Upgrade button.
Other than this, you can also Force cPanel users to reinstall the update even if the system is up to date.
Check your CentOS Version
It’s quite important to know the CentOS version in order to avoid any latency or interruption while executing any Linux command.
The version of centOS can also be viewed in the top right corner of your WHM’s homepage. The CentOS version will always be there beside the WHM version.
That’s how you can easily view CentOS & WHM versions.
Check Preferences for cPanel and WHM
You can also modify the preferences settings of WHM & cPanel by navigating to the Server Configuration > Update Preferences section.
There you can easily view the preferences of the cPanel and WHM updates. You can check your current WHM and cPanel versions and also the frequency of the updates.
Turn OS Updates and Apache Assassins Update to Automatic
Always check the Automatic option in Apache SpamAssassin and Operating System Package Updates to protect your server and cPanels from spam.
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